While I've still got time to study, a friend of mine just took the Dec. LSAT. This guy there said, "I hope I get an easy version."
She asked him what the heck he was talking about and he told her that there are different versions of the LSAT and some people get the "easy" one, some get the "hard" one. They then factor which level of difficulty you had when grading.
We thought he just doesn't know what he's talking about but when she felt she did pretty good after the test, she was worried she may have just gotten an easy one.
Please tell me he's making it up and there is only ONE version of the LSAT handed out. Or did I miss something somewhere?